By Tim Maytom
Like Google’s I/O conference, Apple’s WWDC is an annual opportunity to give developers and the wider world a glimpse of what it has lined up for the next 12 months, and begin the hype machine on the next devices and services that we can expect from Tim Cook and company.
While the Apple keynote was less mobile focused than its Google counterpart, with time given over to a new version of the company’s desktop OS X El Capitan, there was still plenty of mobile news rolling out from the Moscone Centre in San Francisco, not least the announcement of a new version of the firm’s mobile operating system iOS 9.
While previous years have always seen a new version of iOS announced at WWDC, there was speculation this year that the company would take a year off to focus on fixing existing features and solidifying Apple’s mobile foundation. However, it was not to be, with iOS 9 bringing some of the refinements we were expecting, along with some new unexpected features.
Siri, Apple’s digital assistant, will be improved, with better natural language processing and proactive features that learn from users’ behaviour and predict actions that …read more
Source:: Mobile App News